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Larva Girl


For the comic, see Larva Girl (comic).
Larva Girl
Larva Girl.png
Supervillain Information
Gender:
Female ♀
Status:
Fictional
Hair: Green
First Appearance: "Three Men and a Comic Book"


Larva Girl is a character in Radioactive Man. She tricked Radioactive Man into getting engaged to her in Radioactive Man #72.

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HistoryEdit

An issue of Radioactive Man #72 featuring Larva Girl was seen at the "Close Encounter of the Comic Book Kind" Convention.[1]

Radioactive ManEdit

Radioactive Man Icon.png The contents of this article or section are related to the Radioactive Man universe. They are considered fictional in The Simpsons.

Since Larva Girl's first confrontation with Radioactive Man, Larva Girl plotted to marry her.

Radioactive Man overheard a conversation Chief Hoolihan was having about Larva Girl and found out that Larva Girl had kidnapped Fallout Boy. A letter was sent to Radioactive Man telling him to go to the planet Remitrom to collect Zirconia-Gems to give to Larva Girl in return for Fallout Boy. Upon arriving at the Zenith City Dump, where Larva Girl had her hideout, with the Zirconia-Gems, Radioactive Man fell in love with her and decided to marry her. This change was due to Radioactive Man's unique molecular structure and the exposure to Remitrom's sun.

Radioactive Man and Larva Girl then planned their wedding, inviting all their friends. As they were about to get married, Gloria stopped the wedding and asked Larva Girl if she could have one last kiss with Radioactive Man. Larva Girl accepted this and Gloria kissed Radioactive Man, breaking the spell Larva Girl had over him, due to an antidote put into Gloria's lipstick. The heroes and villains at the wedding then fought each other until Larva Girl took Gloria hostage. Glowy bit Larva Girl, freeing Gloria. Radioactive Man then defeated Larval Girl.[2]

Radioactive Man was shown holograms of Larva Girl around Zenith City by Dr. Crab using holograms that only Radioactive Man could see.[3]

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